An interview with Erica Prussing about her new book White Man water and her research on the Northern Cheyenne First nation. alcohol, drinking, sobriety, American Indians Topics: alcohol, drinking, sobriety, American Indians
A Spanish trader has his way with the wife of an Indian brave and drives her mad. Upon the braves return his wife commits suicide and he seeks revenge. He kidnaps the trader and ties him on a horse face to face with the corpse of his victim. They ride the desert until he too is driven mad. This story comes from "Myths and Legends of Our Own Land" by Charles M. Skinner. Topics: American Indians, traders, madness, revenge
Interview with Robbie Ethridge anthropoligist at the Mississippi University about her research and work entitled global capital, violence and the making of colonial shatter zones. www.attheedgeofcanada.com At the edge of canada: indigenous research Topics: colonialism, global capital, mississippi, american indians
History of Native Americans and their mistreatment at the hands of European settlers from the perspective of a member of the Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina. Topics: Native Americans, American Indians, Lumbee Indians, History
byAbbud-Madrid, A.; McKnight, C.; Branch, M. C.; Daily, J. W
The combustion behavior of metal-oxygen reactions if a weakly buoyant environment is studied to understand the rate-controlling mechanisms in the homogeneous and heterogeneous combustion of bulk metals. Cylindrical titanium and magnesium specimens are ignited in pure-oxygen at pressures ranging from 0.1 to 4.0 atm. Reduced gravity is obtained from an aircraft flying parabolic trajectories. A weakly buoyant environment is generated at low pressures under normal gravity and also at 1 atm under... Topics: AMERICAN INDIANS, EDUCATION, UNIVERSITIES, STUDENTS, INSTRUCTORS
The group of Native American leaders from around the country assembled on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus to talk about the issues important to Native Americans. Topics: Society of American Indians Conference, Television Program Source: Comcast Cable
The document is the March 1972 final report of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA), Title III project which provides supplementary education for American Indians in rural and reservation areas. The document covers evaluation procedures of the tutorial program, vocational training, counseling, adult classes and activities, summer recreational and academic experiences, and coordinated programs with the public schools. Results obtained cover the previously listed areas, showing the... Topics: ERIC Archive, American Indians, Education, Federal Aid, Federal Programs, Nonreservation American...
The second of a 2 phase study, this project provided information for the non-Indian population about problems and needs of urban American Indians. Phase I (1971) discussed urban Indian experiences and trends; compared differences and highlighted issues of Indian urbanization. Phase II focused entirely on the urban Indian community. The thrust was aimed at determining the major topics and themes of importance in urban Indian life. Data was gathered primarily by interviewing. Over the 3 months of... Topics: ERIC Archive, Acculturation, Alcoholism, American Indians, Education, Health, Housing, Needs,...
This is an interview with Randy Vasquez and Jonathan Skurnik about their film The Thick Dark Fog which deals with issues found on Indian Residential Schools (Indian Boarding Schools) in the United States. The principal story looks at the experiences of survivor Walter Littlemoon of Pine Ridge Indian Reservation. His experiences offer a tragic account of too often common life changing situations thrust upon young First Nations children in Canada and the United States.... Topics: film, history, Residential Schools, aboriginal, first nations, american indians
This presentation was originally hosted on Google Video. The ASU Libraries are presenting it here in order to maintain access to culturally relevant material. On Tuesday, Oct. 3, 2006 the two Navajo Nation presidential candidates â current President Joe Shirley, Jr., and Lynda Lovejoy â participated in a moderated discussion with questions from four panelist and additional audience questions. Hosted by: Phoenix Indian Center, Arizona State University American Indian Policy and Leadership... Topics: indigenous, Native Americans, politics, Navajo, Arizona, New Mexico, American Indians
The ASU Library Channel presents the tenth installment of The Simon Ortiz and Labriola Center Lecture on Indigenous Land, Culture, and Community with Ofelia Zepeda on âLegacies of the Tribal Languages of Arizona: Gifts or Responsibilitiesâ Ofelia Zepeda talks about the languages of the tribes of Arizona. As the title suggests Zepeda goes between how language has become both a gift and a responsibility. She interweaves her poetry, adapting it to her discussion as she talks about the chain... Topics: indigenous, Native Americans, American Indians, oral histroy, poetry, linguistic
Written in simple, easy to understand form, the manual provides a vehicle for the untrained person in bookkeeping to control funds received from grants for Indian Tribal Councils and Indian organizations. The method used to control grants (federal, state, or private) is fund accounting, designed to organize rendering services on a non-profit basis. Primary objectives in establishing the accounting system and general policies and standards by which grants operate are the following: (1) to... Topics: ERIC Archive, American Indians, Bookkeeping, Grants, Money Management, Payroll Records
POLITICS OF U.S. OCCUPATION (AMERICAN UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF COMMUNICATION- MFA THESIS FILM PROJECT) I wrote, directed, shot and edited the documentary, Politics of U.S. Occupation, which features Linguistics Professor Noam Chomsky of Massachussetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Women's Studies Professor Neferti Tadiar of Barnard College (New York), Asian American Studies Professor Nerissa Balce of Stony Brook University (New York) and Political Science Professor Kenneth Bauzon of St. Joseph's... Topic: war imperialism occupation united states native american indians
Finite-element-model-trained artificial neural networks can be used to process efficiently the characteristic patterns or mode shapes from electronic holograms of vibrating blades. The models used for routine design may not yet be sufficiently accurate for this application. This document discusses the creation of characteristic patterns; compares model generated and experimental characteristic patterns; and discusses the neural networks that transform the characteristic patterns into strain or... Topics: CONFERENCES, EDUCATION, MINORITIES, AMERICAN INDIANS, NASA PROGRAMS, INSTRUCTORS, STUDENTS
Native American scholar/activist Andrea Smith spoke on the topic of her new book, "Conquest:Sexual Violence and American Indian Genocide." Smith was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize and is a member of INCITE! Women of Color Against Violence. The lecture took place at the Wealthy Street Theatre in Grand Rapids, Michigan on February 7, 2006. Topics: american indians, genocide, native americans, sexual violence, conquest, politics
This annotated bibliography lists 22 citations. These citations include guides, bibliographies, papers, reports, books, articles and other literature dealing with topics related to older American Indians. (EB) Topics: ERIC Archive, American Indians, Annotated Bibliographies, Citations (References), Older Adults
With the intent of lessening the misrepresentations and misunderstandings of the American Indian, nine students of Indian ancestry at the University of South Dakota Library-Media Institute have compiled this annotated bibliography. It consists of 50 titles, copyrighted between 1967 and 1971, which reveal both emphasis on books about Plains Indians (a result of the reviewers' Midwest backgrounds) and judgments that the books reflect realistic, honest, and authentic images of the American Indian.... Topics: ERIC Archive, American Culture, American History, American Indians, Annotated Bibliographies
The Senate Select Committee on Indian Affairs met on March 5, 1975, to organize and select officers and members of the American Indian Policy Review Commission. Senator James Abourzek was elected chairman and Representative Lloyd Meeds was elected vice chairman. Rules of procedure were tentatively adopted. Mr. Ernie Stevens was then selected as Staff Director and Mr. Kirke Kickingbird as Staff Counsel. The following people were elected as tribal representatives: Ada Deer, John Borbridge, and... Topics: ERIC Archive, American Indians, Change Agents, Change Strategies, Federal Indian Relationship,...